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Caffeine in tea is also called theine. It is the tea leaves that contain caffeine (and so also theine), so all our blends without tea are naturally caffeine-free. For example, our herbal blends Vitality and Good Night. You can also check the package to see whether a blend is caffeine-free.
Tea of Life’s caffeine-free blends are:
- Calming | Camomile
- Focus Blend | Ginger & Lemon
- Fresh Boost | Curcumin, Orange & Honeybush
- Fresh Start | Nettle, Lemon grass & Cinnamon
- Goodnight | Camomile, Lavender & Valerian
- Relaxing | Fennel seed & Camomile
- Rooibos Royal | 100% Rooibos
- Vitality | Ginger
- Wake Up | Elderflower, Marjoram & Fennel
Tea of Life is a blend of 100% herbs and tea, so no additives, no nothing. That means no sugar or granulates, making them great products to keep your body fluids in balance.
No, the Tea of Life blends are all allergen-free.
The videos are made by Ruvin de Silva, who is a local photographer and cinematographer from Sri Lanka. He and his team travelled the country and visited the different chains in the Tea of Life production process, where he asked several people if they would like to feature in his videos. After these respective people had given their consent, he interviewed them to shoot the Tea of Life videos that you can now see on our website.
So all the people you see in the videos actually contributed to your cup of Tea of Life tea.
Het Voedingscentrum (The Dutch Nutrition Center) says the following about this:
”If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, you can drink a few cups of coffee and tea in a day. Tea, herbal tea and coffee without sugar are in the Wheel of Five. These drinks are healthy to drink, even if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.”
”You can drink a few cups of herbal tea a day without any problems. These teas do not contain caffeine because they are not made from the tea plant but from herbs, fruit, spices or combinations thereof.”
The amount of caffeine in blends with tea – and therefore caffeine – varies depending on, among other things, how long you let the tea bag steep in the cup of hot water. As an indication, a 125 ml cup of tea contains about 20 to 30 milligrams of caffeine. Het Voedingscentrum indicates that you can consume approximately 200 milligrams of caffeine per day during pregnancy or breastfeeding.
Licorice tea and Star Mix tea are generally without tea and therefore caffeine-free. However, if you have high blood pressure, it is not recommended to consume these blends because of the licorice in this tea.
So you can safely drink herbal teas without licorice.
Source: How much coffee and tea can you drink when you are pregnant or breastfeeding? Het Voedingscentrum.
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